Nikwax Footwear Cleaning Gel

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The Nikwax Footwear Cleaning Gel is a safe product to use on breathable waterproof footwear as it does not leave water attracting (hydrophilic) residues, which lead to fabric and leather absorbing water and 'wetting out'. Nikwax Footwear Cleaning Gel removes water absorbent dirt and stains picked up during use; this revitalizes Durable Water Repellency (DWR) and causes water to bead on the outer surface. Once the breathability of your footwear is revived your feet will be dry and comfortable.

- CampSaver.com

An easy-to-use cleaner for all outdoor and sports footwear, including shoes and boots made of smooth leather, suede, nubuck, or fabric.

- EMS

Nikwax Footwear Cleaning Gel returns your hiking boots and shoes to their original color and returns water-proofedness. This sponge-on application removes water attracting dirt and contaminants to reinvigorate the DWR finish. Sponge-on application is handy for footwear that can't be thrown in the washing machine! Safe for leathers and GORE-TEX(R) footwear.-- Designed specifically to clean breathable waterproof footwear-- Removes dirt and stains for cosmetic as well as water-repelling improvement-- Safe for suede, nubuck, smooth-finish leathers as well as synthetic and GORE-TEX(R) footwear-- With regular use of the Cleaning Gel you'll find you don't need to re-waterproof as often!-- Easy to apply by hand, let dry naturally, no dryer or heat required-- Water-based, environmentally friendly, biodegradable, non-flammable, non-hazardous-- Contains no fluorocarbons

- OMCgear

The safe cleaner for all waterproof outdoor and sports footwearYour waterproof footwear could be soaking up water just because it is dirty Through use the outer surface of footwear will pick up contaminants such as dirt which attract water This masks the effect of any Durable Water Repellent DWR coating leading to footwear wetting out in wet or damp conditions

- Bentgate.com